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#iVoted Festival: Members of My Morning Jacket, Decemberists and More Slated for Election Night Concert Series

Jim James, My Morning Jacket, Bonnaroo, Election Night Concert Series
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Jim James of My Morning Jacket performs on the "What" stage during the 2015 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival on June 13, 2015 in Manchester, Tennessee.

This election night, hundreds of artists will perform via webcast in support of voter turnout for the #iVoted Festival. The Nov. 3 event will feature 600 performers making it one of the largest digital events in history.

Artists slated to play the festival include Colin Meloy of The Decemberists, Jim James of My Morning JacketThao & the Get Down Stay Down, Young the Giant, Shawn Colvin, Brian Courtney Wilson, Julia Nunes, Jaret Reddick of Bowling for Soup, and Alex Boye.

Additional artists include Joshua Radin, Phantom PlanetJukebox the GhostTaking Back SundayJoywave, The Dresden Dolls, Citizen Cope and many more.

Artists will also sit down for exclusive interviews to bring more attention to the election. Julien Baker and Rhea Butcher will be in conversation as will W. Kamau Bell and Living Colour. Fans can also expect special messages from MGMT and Olympic Gold Medalist Anthony Ervin.

#iVoted launched during the 2018 U.S. midterm elections, activating over 150 venues in 37 states to let fans into venues on election night, who showed a photo of themselves outside of their polling place. Acts that performed included Billie Eilish, Playboi Carti, Jim James, Maggie Rogers and more.

Fans can RSVP to access the show(s) of their choice by submitting a selfie from home with their blank and unmarked mail-in ballot. Or with a photo from outside of their polling place. Fans who are not 18 years-old by Nov. 3 can RSVP with a video letting #iVoted know what election they will be 18 for and why they’re excited to vote. Fans who aren’t U.S. citizens or are outside of the U.S. will be able to RSVP as well. The RSVP system is now live at ivotedconcerts.com.

Check out the full lineup of 600 artists here.

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